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July 6, 2018

IDCARE has been liaising directly with the team responsible for this matter at the United States Federal Trade Commission as well as relevant Australian and New Zealand government agency stakeholders. This advice aims to provide further guidance from these discussions to impacted residents. The advice should not be construed as legal advice; IDCARE is not a law firm, rather our advice aims to assist individuals in their decision to submit a claim via the United States Government.

For more information please see the claim guidance link below.

Western Union FTC Claim Guidance

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